September 22, 2007

The Alphabet For Jack, By Standard Motion

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Another nice example of artist dads making stuff for their kids: John Setzen created "The Alphabet for Jack" for his and his wife Mindy's son-on-the-way.

Setzen's innocently styled drawings are familiar to his fellow Brooklynians from the band posters and other artwork he's been creating for the Park Slope music venue Southpaw. So while you're teaching your kid the alphabet, you can also remind him--and you--of all the concerts you're not going to anymore. Nice.

The Alphabet for Jack is a four-color, 20x24" lithograph, and it's $50 at Standard Motion [standardmotion.com via design*sponge]

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